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Has the decision been made for when the last cutting of alfalfa will happen? This year it might not be an easy decision.

Applause to our Nebraska irrigators. This year’s drought weather patterns and alfalfa growing season have been tracking similar to 2012; so it…

Alfalfa seeded this spring is ready, or soon will be ready, to cut. Proper care and management now could have big impacts on cuttings later th…

Did you know clover can cause toxicity in horses? There are three clovers you should be able to identify that can cause problems for horses: r…

This time of year, storms can be bad. We had two different storm systems move through the area last week that included high winds, hail and ev…

While generally not as problematic in Nebraska compared to other western states, poisonous plants can exact their toll on livestock enterprise…

Have you noticed tall weeds with umbrella-like white flowers in pastures, ditchbanks and along the roadsides? It may be poison hemlock. Be car…

Although alfalfa is relatively drought-tolerant, irrigation makes it possible to produce higher yields. This perennial forage does not have sp…

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